It’s been 3 years of development and with the premiere on CES 2014 we’re allowed to show it to the public:
Our brand new 2014 Audi MMI with completely new look&feel and integrated onboard search engine “Audi MMI Search”!
Audi MMI Radio Search, photo: AUDI AG
quote from Audi’s press release:
“A special highlight of the new Audi MMI is MMI search. This is a practical function that assists the driver in searching for a term, simplifying the search. MMI search is available in every main menu. The results list is shown right away while the user is inputting – generally just a few characters suffice to come up with the term. In the Radio and Media menus, a character string leads directly to the desired radio station, track, album or performer.
MMI search is especially helpful in navigation. When inputting a navigation destination, MMI search permits free text input without having to use a rigid formula. In most cases, just a few characters are sufficient to find any destination in Europe. It is no longer necessary to input the country. In the results display, the MMI takes the current location of the car into consideration, so that hits for the immediate vicinity are displayed first. When searching for a street near the car’s position, it is generally only necessary to input the first few characters of the street name. When looking for a restaurant in any European city, all the user needs to do is input the first characters of the restaurant name and the first characters of the city name separated by a blank character; then the MMI lists relevant hits with addresses.”
Furthermore we’ve introduced our all-integrated cluster instrument – ready for the launch of the new 2014 TT:
Audi virtual cockpit, integrated MMI cluster instrument in Sport Quattro Concept, photo: AUDI AG
CES 2014, Audi booth
2014 Audi TT interior